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Don’t get colt feet 🐎 … join us on November 4th for our annual Stay Wild event!!

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The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:

We’re less than a month out from the American Wild Horse Campaign’s (AWHC) annual Stay Wild event! Are you coming?

On November 4, celebrity ambassadors, top philanthropists, conservationists, and members of the public will come together for our annual virtual event streamed live from San Francisco.

This is our ONLY big-ticket event of the year, so we can promise you won’t want to miss this!! 

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The fourth annual event will be an action-packed adventure, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act — the foundational law that protects these iconic animals on Western public lands.

We’ll take guests on a journey through time, stopping at landmark years to see how AWHC’s initiatives are working to end decades-old issues — for good.

Don’t get colt feet  … join us on November 4th for this awesome event!!

GET YOUR TICKETS >>

Stay wild!
— AWHC Team

SAVE THE DATE: Our Annual Stay Wild event is happening on November 4th!!

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The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:

It’s almost time for the American Wild Horse Campaign’s (AWHC) annual Stay Wild event!

Mark your calendars for November 4, because you won’t want to miss this awesome virtual event. It’s our largest —and only — big-ticket event of the year!  

The fourth annual event will be an action-packed adventure, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act — the foundational law that protects these iconic animals on Western public lands! 

The program will take guests on a journey through time, stopping at landmark years throughout the last half-century showing how AWHC’s precedent-setting initiatives are working to solve decades-old issues to protect America’s wild horses and burros.

We’ll be in touch with more information and how to RSVP for the event in the coming weeks, so stay tuned and stay wild!

Suzanne Roy
Executive Director
American Wild Horse Campaign